DataForm: [Android] If "positive message" is not provided "error message" is shown when the editor is in valid state.
Available in the 2018 R2 SP release.
Posted on:03 Apr 2018 23:47
Thanks for the update. We're not using these controls any longer so it's all good.
Posted on:03 Apr 2018 11:33
Thank you for your input. Indeed, you could also have something like "OK" to appear instead. This issue is still not planned due to other high priority issues.
I am sorry for any inconvenience caused.
Posted on:14 Dec 2017 21:28
This is basically what I have in place in some of my screens now. It actually looks better to have "OK" appear, than to have empty lines inserted after every single control causing the screen to stretch for some invisible reason.
Posted on:14 Dec 2017 13:56
Though I have provided some information regarding the issue in the ticket where we are discussing it, I will include the information here as well so that other members are informed.
Basically, the items are prioritized in our backlog and we have been working on other issues/features with higher priority so we did not have the chance to review this behavior. We hope we will be able to investigate it as soon as possible. In the meantime, a workaround which seems to work in a sample I have tested with is to set an empty space as a positive message. For example:
[StringLengthValidator(5, 5, "Please enter a 5 digit zip code", " ")]
I hope this information will be useful.
Posted on:13 Dec 2017 21:51
This item was logged 3 months ago. What is the progress on this?
Posted on:27 Nov 2017 00:47
How are we going with this issue? Is there any chance we may avoid the unnecessary and unsightly clutter before we go live in January?